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. david douglass/organizacio n bamn y estudiante uc berkeley :32 no quiero que pase este momento en historia y decir muchos anos despues que no hice mi parte para ayudar a la comunidad la ilusion que carga de una legalizacion para todos, viene de su familia, que vino en los anos sesenta a este pais a trabajar en el campo mi abuelita hasta hoy tiene miedo para ir a hablar con oficiales del gobierno pues nos trataba muy racista como el muchos otros llevaran su lucha y sus voces a la propia capital del pais manana.....esta s estudiantes ni ahorros tenian ,asi que dicen que fueron golpeando de casa en casa en berkeley pidiendo donaciones para su viaje. brenda ibarra/estudiante de uc berkeley 1:15 12:09 fue un sacrificio que duro muchos meses, a veces nos decian que no, a veces si, era dificil mitsy perez/estudiante de uc berkeley 1:22 yo quiero luchar para mi gente para mi comunidad ellos son miembros de la organizacion bamn, "por todos los medios necesarios"....van a washigton con el mensaje de que la comunidad inmigrante no debe conformarse con poco.... david douglass/organizacio n ba
is ofer, brock and i study environmental science and policy at uc berkeley. so the science of the climate crisis has already been discussed as have the financial and moral arguments and so i am here to speak about the student-led movement that have emerged due to inaction of the official level and stands at 300 campuses throughout north america, at uc berkeley we have been campaigning to remove the university's endowment assets from the fossil fuel industry for nearly two years and have made several strides in the last six months, for example, this october, our student government would control between 3 and 4 million in assets, to divest its assets from the 200 largest publicly traded fossil fuel companies. 3 other ucs have passed similar resolutions show casing growing support of divestment, as a powerful tactic in the movement to halt climate change and advance climate justice. in march, a coalition of students from several ucs addressed the uc regents and we will continue the dialogue to divest it 70 billion in assets in may at their may meeting in sacramento. >> we are urging them to
francisco. find out who is trying to put the brakes on the new plan. >> students and staff at uc berkeley are warned, get ready to do a lot >> welcome back. a san jose maintenance worker would shot an unarmed intruder at an apartment complex has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter. the district attorney's office says that the 26-year-old hernandez will be sentenced to four years in county jail. he shot and killed a 36-year-old on new year's eve during a confrontation. he was reportedly trying to make a citizen's arrest. this have been a rash of burglaries at the apartment complex in the months prior to the shooting. >> relief is on the way if frustrated san francisco people who believe they wait too long no a cab, the municipal transportation agency voted yesterday to put 120 more taxis on the street this year and 200 more next year and the agency will eventually increase the number of vehicles from 1,600 to more than 2,300 but cab drivers want to hold off on the increases until the state decides whether ride-sharing companies like lift and sidecar unfairly compete with the taxi se
. >>> starting today at the uc medical center will vote not to strike. many care including at uc san francisco and they also care for students on, on campus clinics and they have been negotiating a new contract and end on thursday. >> new fires are concerned and what it coo mean to police. >> plus they are helping to track down a suspected kidnapping. . >>> good morning, 452 is the time, high winds may push us to a red flag warning after months of only a little bit of rain it is very dry. yesterday crews took three hours to control a vegetation fire and it is the combination of what can cause extreme fires. now the ban will last until 6:00 p.m. tomorrow night. >>> the scene of a kidnapping, a car was seen just before taking the toddler and the driver may have seen what happened. the child's mother ran after the man before he dropped the girl and ran away. police released the sketch, he is described as in his 30s and was last seen wearing a blue shirt and jeans. >>> they are tracking complaints against police officers. now the independent police officer released the year-end report online last
that it continues to be linked to the fantastic research doctors and medical staff of uc s f, that is a great combination that very few cities have across this country. this hospital, creates 3,000 jobs in it's rebuild. thirty% are san francisco residents that is 500 san francisco residents working with their hands to build the brand new hospital for our future generations. they have done it right. it's on time, $63 million to local businesses as a result of the construction of this hospital. so i'm looking forward in 2015 to join all of you in opening this hospital, making sure we are doing everything to keep people healthy in the city and congratulations to the foundation for your wonderful work congratulations to all of us nobody has got it better than us in san francisco congratulations everyone. (applause) . i don't ladies and gentlemen, please welcome to the stage grace davis, director of california corporate affairs intell corporation ... >>> okay with today being valentine's day we are thrilled to help present 13 new heart art works we see these hearts all around san francisc
to an interim agreement. we did the same thing with the state p uc in california. where we are operating 100 percent legally and look forward to doing the same with sfo. >> lift drivers can go to the airport. >> do i get a lot of very snarly looks from cab drivers and sometimes they try to take e lift. >> sfo says the ride sharing cars should stay away. >> if we are attempting to do business without a permit, the risk is considered to be in a state of unlawful trespass. >> airport says once the interim permit with the p uc finalize then sfo can begin the permitting process to allow the ride share car. process should take several months. this is abc 7 news. >> thanks very much. >> well, march madness is over with louisville cardinals winning national championship trophy. they defeated university of michigan wolverines on campus in ann arbor. um fans started several street fires pro techlts in louisville there was much bigger celebration and no fires. this was the university first championship since 1986. coming up in sports. larry has all the game highlights. it was a spectacular game.
and working together with them to come to an interim agreement. we did the same thing with the state p uc in california. where we are operating 100 percent legally and look forward to doing the same with sfo. >> lift drivers can go to the airport. >> do i get a lot of very snarly looks from cab drivers and sometimes they try to take the lift. >> sfo says the ride sharing cars should stay away. >> if we are attempting to do business without a permit, the risk is considered to be in a state of unlawful trespass. >> airport says once the interim permit with the p uc finalize then sfo can begin the permitting process to allow the ride share car. process should take several months. this is abc 7 news. >> thanks very much. >> well, march madness is over with louisville cardinals winning national championship trophy. they defeated university of michigan wolverines on campus in ann arbor. um fans started several street fires pro techlts in louisville there was much bigger celebration and no fires. this was the university first championship since 1986. coming up in sports. larry has all the
members set up a picket line this morning around uc san francisco's mission bay project because they say the contractor is using nonunion employees. with trucks honking, members of local 38 manned a picket line around the project aimed at shutting it down. the union represents pipe fit, electricians and sheet metal workers and accuse the contractor of bringing in seven nonunion workers. >> it's bad for me and it's also bad for our economy because they don't get paid what we get paid. they are typically from out of state or from somewhere else. the money doesn't stand here. >> our "mornings on 2" crew went on site to ask the contractor for a response but they were ordered off the site. >>> uc berkeley was showing off its newly ren nateed electronics design lab. a $2.2 million gift from texas instruments paid for this. it gives them a state of the art lab where undergraduates to make innovative new projects. they hope to reverse the trend in which students have been gravitating towards developing software instead of hardware. >> we need to continue to develop better and better technology.
thought, wow, if i can do something like that with a guitar -- and i remember, i was a student at uc-berkeley, considering going to graduate school in economic geography and working as an intern coming here at the san francisco planning department. i was also a record in my first album. i wrote this piece called " turning, turning back." it began the recording but it also began a new direction for me. they say every musician that starts recording for writing, arranging music, they have to find their own voice. i think i may be found my own voice in that one. >> are you going to play some of it? ♪ >> just playing an excerpt from the middle, -- time part. -- double-time part. the main theme -- ♪ [applause] >> that is the main theme. >> often, when i listen to guitar players, because i'm a guitarist myself, i'm trying to figure out what they are doing and how they do it. i cannot do that when i listen to you. the music for " washes over me. for me, it is so immediately engaging and hypnotize him. to be fair, the other part of it is, in 1000 years, i could never do that. there is a t
here today from -- state and he joined me with chancellor helm man from uc s f city college our own public schools superintendentent to form a major education leadership counsel to advise me in making sure that the skill sets that we need in the jobs in the future are being trained and reflected in the education curriculum and how to support not only the institutions, but all of the different programs that we can use to lift up all of the educational stands for our youth i have person learn adopted 12 middle schools in san francisco to make sure each principal gets what they need to campus to support teachers effort on campus to raise the educational needs of the schools. middle school is the biggest challenge with truancy and educational challenges and we know that while we are increasing the performance stand of the whole cities one of the highest increases in the whole state is happening here in the public schools in san francisco they are to the satisfied with just a bump we need to taken it at the highest levels and train from elementary to middle to high school and the colleg
and appeals et cetera. we also have a [inaudible] at uc hastings. our eviction prevention funds in total cost us about 100 per month for the people that we serve. 90% of we remain in contact with over the next 12 months. we lose fewer than 10% to follow up and we are able to reach the 90% permanently housed during this period so i think for the investment that we have out comes that we're proud of and i think it shows to the effectiveness of the work that we do. looking at our senior and older adult lgbt folks 19% are lgbt seniors -- >> i'm sorry. can you repeat that number. >> 19% of the people that we serve are lgbt and senior and older adults and 26% of those are literally homeless and that compares to 21% of the title client population so the senior and older adult lgbt folks that we serve are more disproportionately homeless than the general population of the people that we serve. we also been seeing a tremendous up tick in the increase displacement activity among older adults that we serve and people that know me i have been doing this for 10 years i have a pretty thick skin and le
uc san francisco's mission bay project because they say the contractor is using nonunion employees. with trucks honking, members of local 38 manned a picket line around the project aimed at shutting it down. the union represents pipe fit, electricians and sheet metal workers and accuse the contractor of bringing in seven nonunion workers. >> it's bad for me and it's also bad for our economy because they don't get paid what we get paid. they are typically from out of state or from somewhere else. the money doesn't stand here. >> our "mornings on 2" crew went on site to ask the contractor for a response but they were ordered off the site. >>> uc berkeley was showing off its newly ren nateed electronics design lab. a $2.2 million gift from texas instruments paid for this. it gives them a state of the art lab where undergraduates to make innovative new projects. they hope to reverse the trend in which students have been gravitating towards developing software instead of hardware. >> we need to continue to develop better and better technology. so stud
, chewing tobacco and even cigarettes. this is just the beginning. uc's president has called for all 10uc campuses to go tobacco- free by next year. >>> chicken and ground beef are staples at the dinner table but they may also be increasing your risk of becoming sick. that's according to a study by the center for science and public interest. the study says people who eat chicken and ground beef are more likely to contract salmonella, e. coli and other pathogens. meat may be contaminated during the slaughter process or when it's left at improper temperatures. it temperatures. >>> are you looking to try something different for lunch? tony tantillo wants to you try a bread salad with a zesty dressing. >> reporter: well, you know what with this beautiful weather outside i love-making these salads. >> yes. >> you cam up with a good one. >> bread salad, vinaigrette, string beans and olives. pretty grill mark on them, to make crunchy. and roma tomatoes, ra. >> could you grill these on the barbecue? >> definitely. kalimata olives and baby greens. so i made this vinaigrette. it's lemon juice wit
kobled together by some uc berkeley students. >> at the end of a long empty hallway in uc berkeley building a vending machine. >> people are wow! that's really cool i want to try this. >> it's the dream box. box that quite literally turns dreams into hard plastic reality. >> one of the more interesting items that the fraternity and sorority seem to like a lot. we have got aneurysm beam that we had a group on campus test. stress test, it's not magic. printer at the heart of the dream box is the same kind engineers use to make prototype of new product with corn base plastic build object that cool and harden in minutes. there is a few if you are willing to wait. >> end of a semester or break you can get up to lake two wee week. >> how long for this. >> it's about 16 to 24 hours. >> the dream box runs itself. no staff member which means no brake. no holiday just print print print. send 3d computer file and pay with credit card. goats work and e-mails when done. arm drops the finish model into a shoot that directs it into a locked drawer. show up with the 4 digit code to claimant
outside the supreme court on the day the case was argued and behind her uc to guard standing, looking far less dramatic than she does. she is actually weeping. is a very dynamic picture i was thrilled to see it on the cover. >>host: professor court in some cases today include nativity scenes, a 10 commandments, is there a national standard on those and where they can be displayed? [laughter] >> there are many national standards that disagree. the basic rule seems to be if it is just the ten commandments that violates the establishment clause but with the nativity scene or the ten commandments or the menorah combined with other things illustrating not just religious commitment but broad commitment of the american people then they have a far better chance of surviving. and if they have been there a long time, part art of the historic architecture, in a museum exhibited for the beauty of the art than that is also probably
are in the midst of a 10 month contract dispute. the union says uc administrators want to cut compensation. uc officials say pension reform is what's really at the heart of the dispute. if authorized workers would strike at 5uc medical centers including ucsf and uc davis. >>> in two minutes, a huge sink hole opened up and swallowed three cars. the two things that may have triggered this collapse. >> then -- >> i think it's a lot of money. >> reporter: the expensive mandatory repairs a bay area city is ordering for certain types of home. >> plus when temperatures could climb near 90 degrees in your exclusive bay area forecast. >>> heavy rains in the midwest have triggered widespread flash flooding in the st. louis area an emergency evacuation was ordered today. residents there were told to seek higher grown. in illinois the owner of downers grove declaredded a state of emergency after four major roadways were shut down -- declared a state of emergency after four major roadways were shutdown. >>> check out this video. watch the car there on the right. the sinkhole swallowed three cars including
. the union says uc administrators want to cut compensation. uc officials say pension reform is what's really at the heart of the dispute. if authorized workers would strike at 5uc medical centers including ucsf and uc davis. >>> in two minutes, a huge sink hole opened up and swallowed three cars. the two things that may have triggered this collapse. >> then -- >> i think it's a lot of money. >> reporter: the look at them kids. [ sigh ] they have no idea what it was like before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie. you watched movies?! i was lucky if i could watch a show. show?! man, i was happy to see a sneezing panda clip! trevor, have you eaten today? you sound a little grumpy. [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. >>> heavy rains in the midwest have triggered widespread flash flooding in the st. louis area an emergency evacuation was ordered today. residents there were told to seek higher grown. in ill
tv station that was owned by tribune. tribune also owns "the l.a. times." >>> uc berkely is launching a new program on student safety by focusing on mental health. the goal is to identify at risk students before it's too late. >> reporter: on any given day, students at uc berkely experience stress. >> mostly examines, yes. and homework. >> reporter: sometimes it's much more. >> we're also seeing first break anxiety disorders. depressive disorders, bipolar, and schizophrenia. >> reporter: the school's new gold folder can help staff identify deep mental issues. the resource and training program paid for by a california mental health services authority grant also points toward resources. >> before the nervousness turns into anxiety and the sadness turns into depression. then return toward real cases. >> reporter: uc police department lieutenant eric tejada says they've had a proactive plan in place for a while. >> it's been very successful, if we identify someone of concern that we can assemble this team. >> reporter: most students we talked with liked the idea of the gold folder, but th
up in the california area, ended up at uc-davis. i made my way out to san francisco in 1984 when i was a college student. i remember growing up on clement street. i have always lived around in richmond area, just being around a unique area of the richmond, discovering san francisco in the 1980's. >> i am hoping we can not support small businesses like this because they are the unique character that makes neighborhoods like this so rich and lively to live in. >> i have also been active as a community organizer. i worked at the chinese progressive association. i also worked at the mental health center in the richmond district. i have always been passionate about civil rights, equality for everyone. i have a 10-year-old daughter, so having a girl has made me much more sensitive to gender equality issues. i guess i have always been vocal about my politics, but as a supervisor, i have to listen to other perspectives and making decisions. >> very soon there will be of much more seniors in that area. we are trying to focus on whether a stop sign or stoplight might help. >> tried to look a
'm a uc student. i have given my time to do my part to secure the long term future with the hope of future generations including my own son about benefit someday. the culture is very important in my thesis research there was a lady who described her language barrier how much i am of asian. she fldz the rejection of her divisive backyard. the fact we're struggling to even maintain those taverns is really an alarming prospective. we have to share a background and we must allow the asian teachers in this case with a highly skilled teacher like those two ladies we're setting the foundation for asian american which were to disconnect from their identity. this can led to tearing down their confidence. it's very nice to be here i hope you consider my words. >> hello, i'm actually reading a letter from an aligning executive director. to the san francisco uttered board of commissioners. i'm writing this letter. teachers in the staffing of our school wove have a 10 percent asian drop of students we need more competent like many of the asian families in our san francisco schools. we respect flu ques
manufacturing. >> dan: we're going to show you the 3-d printer that u.c. berkeley students >> cheryl: there is new futuristic tool that prints out before your very eyes. jonathan bloom shows the creation made by u.c. berkeley students. >> at the end after a long hallway sits the most unusual vending machine this campus has ever seen. >> people walking by, wow, that is really cool. >> they call it the dream box, a box that indicate literally turn dreams into hard, plastic reality. >> it's one of the more interesting items they seem to like. an i-beam we actually had a group test and did stress testing on it. >> 3-d print ser the same kind engineers use. using a spool of corn based plastic it builds objects that cool and harden in minutes. >> at the end of semester. >> how long does it take for 3-d print? >> bits 16-24 hours. >> it runsth. no staff member, no brakes and holidays just print, print. send a file and pay with a credit card it gets and emails when you are done. it drops into a shoot that locked door. show up with your code as the printer moves on to the next job. >> it turn
? why this uc berkeley grad has an issue with ben affleck's award rining movie "ar go." >>> the warriors players talk about last night's big win over the denver nuggets. plus what stephen curry did not do today. >>> some of the boston marathon bombing victims were transferred today because this was moving day at their hospital. the rebelation moved its patients. ten of the patients were hurt during the bombings. listen to this story. among the patients a woman who lost her right leg in the blast. she says a young man picked her up after the blast, put a tuorn kit on the leg, stopped the blood loss, maybe saved his life in all the commotion. she did not get his name but would love to get it. >>> thousands of people came by boston's copley store to remember the victims. it's the first weekend the finish line area has been open to the public since the attacks. people dropped off flowers and wrote personal messages and there was a table where children could have their faces painted with the words boston strong on it. >>> meanwhile nbc news confirmed the mother of the bombing suspects was add
are being lowered. >> reporter:wa dean of the graduate school of journalism at uc-berkeley who like all of us are trying to sort through what can be done and what should be done in this era of instant communication. >> that's a problem because you're passing on information, you're correcting it as you go along on the fly, but you really have no way to catch up the original misinformation. >> reporter: what the "new york post" published was already online from a poster who goes by 4 chan think tank we showed you yesterday. it now has 2.5 million hits. that's far more than the "new york post" circulation. >> this is basically an attempt to crowd source police work and, you know, the police should be doing their jobs, not people on the internet. >> reporter: in his radio news class students hoe have grown up knowing no other world without the internet aren't sure what can be done, if anything. >> the difference between being an amateur detective and an actual detective can result in some really bad consequences for people. >> rorter: c ectronrontier foundation a group which advocates again
mountain lion. >>> another step toward a tobacco free uc. what just happened on the cal campus. look at them kids. [ sigh ] they have no idea what it was like before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie. you watched movies?! i was lucky if i could watch a show. show?! man, i was happy to see a sneezing panda clip! trevor, have you eaten today? you sound a little grumpy. [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. >>> mountain lion captured in a los angeles neighborhood. but it will be released back in the wild. a homeowner saw this mountain lion and it's a big boy. jumping over his february into his backyard. it's a 120-pound mountain lion. it went up to his window and then hid under the patio. animal control officers rushed over and used tranquilizer darts to capture it. the mountain lion will be checked out before being set free again. >>> blood banks often tell us there is a serious blood shortage. t
close look at these pictures. if you have any information, call the police right away. >>> it's 6:17. uc berkeley is closer to banning tobacco on all uc campuses by 2014. cal has created the tobacco free stirring committee. the tobacco order was issued last year by uc president mark udoff. >>> the federal government enacted a law three decades ago to protect people needing blood transfusions during fears of h hiv the f fda banned all gay men from donating blood. coming up the big name group hoping to repeal the ban. and one gay man describes the discrimination he hears from this policy. >>> major hockey league -- it's teaming up with you can play. it's an organization that promotes inclusion of lbgt athletes. a sharks forward tommy wing les serves on the advisory board of the group. they aim to educate players anisoles make sure there is a quality and are respect. >>> a los angeles dodger's star pitchily be sidelined for two months after a big fight that cleared the benches last night. zach granke hit san diego's padre with a pitch. he charged the mound. slides with the shoulder of grank
two months, teenage girls have been attacking female students on or near the uc berkeley campus. jody hernandez joins us about what the lis are saying about the startling attacks. >> jessica, it's happened twice now. teenage girls targeting uc berkeley students on or noor the campus and some pretty violent attacks. tonight the police are trying to get to the bottom of it. they're sending out a warning to students. >> she's walking, talking on her control phone. from behind two women came up and assaulted her, pushed her to the ground, punched her, took her cell phone and wallet. >> that's what police say happened on this normally quiet part of campus earlier this month. a 19-year-old female student assaulted and robbed by two teenage girls. and it wasn't the first time there's been an attack involving girls in recent months. in february, police say three teenage girls attacked two female students with pepper spray and tried to rob them as they walked near campus. >> it's definitely troubling to see that kind of trend, if it is a trend. that young girls are involved with that. >> uc po
at these pictures. if you have any information, call the police right away. >>> it's 6:17. uc berkeley is closer to banning tobacco on all uc campuses by 2014. cal has created the tobacco free stirring committee. the tobacco order was issued last year by uc president mark udoff. >>> the federal government enacted a law three decades ago to protect people needing blood transfusions during fears of h hiv the f fda banned all gay men from donating blood. coming up the big name group hoping to repeal the ban. and one gay man describes the discrimination he hears from this policy. >>> major hockey league -- it's teaming up with you can play. it's an organization that promotes inclusion of lbgt athletes. a sharks forward tommy wing les serves on the advisory board of the group. they aim to educate players anisoles make sure there is a quality and are respect. >>> a los angeles dodger's star pitchily be sidelined for two months after a big fight that cleared the benches last night. zach granke hit san diego's padre with a pitch. he charged the mound. slides with the
toward a tobacco free uc. what just happened on the cal campus. look at them kids. [ sigh ] they have no idea what it was like before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie. you watched movies?! i was lucky if i could watch a show. show?! man, i was happy to see a sneezing panda clip! trevor, have you eaten today? you sound a little grumpy. [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. >>> mountain lion captured in a los angeles neighborhood. but it will be released back in the wild. a homeowner saw this mountain lion and it's a big boy. jumping over his february into his backyard. it's a 120-pound mountain lion. it went up to his window and then hid under the patio. animal control officers rushed over and used tranquilizer darts to capture it. the mountain lion will be checked out before being set free again. >>> blood banks often tell us there is a serious blood shortage. they urge
want to take you back live to a process at uc san francisco. this is a campus at the avenue over proposed lay offs, police are standing by and we did see protesters blocking the street and also see police in the street standing by. we do have a reporter on the scene and will continue to cover this both on ktvu.com as well as our later newscasts at channel -- here on channel 2 at 5:00 and 6:00. looks like police are starting to moving right now, so again this is a story we will continue to follow, this at the medical center, a dispute over layoffs and looks like there will be police activity. again a story we will continue to follow on our website and later newscasts. thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news, we will see you the next time news breaks. be sure to join us again at 5:00. send comments to comments@captioncolorado.com captions by terry james, caption colorado, llc.
in the same cohort as the music program at uc berkley and we've been saying for 4 years, we need to play music. so we finally made it happen. so, rita lindall, and then masuro koga. mas and i have been playing together for a very long time, so much so that we wore the same shirt without having to talk to each other about it. mas is in high demand both as a teacher and as a session side man, having played with everybody from anthony brown's asian american orchestra to wane wallace's newest cd. who haven't you played with lately? yeah, he's played with everybody. you can find mas on a lot of different cd's from the local jazz community. this song we're going to do is an air called the brown-haired girl. when i was recording, when i was fortunate to be able to record bridge across the blue, i was telling them i got this air, i got it off the chieftan's album, i'm going to do it on the electric base. he looked at me and said, you're nuts. people are going to go crazy but if you can do it, i'll help you. he gave me this book of airs and went, figure it out, figure it out. it never quite jelled on t
have seen in the rebuilding of general hospital and the uc medical center. every time we touch our health care system, we have something that promises a better life for people and barbara is as excited for this announcements as well. saint luke's are incredible institutions for san francisco. that's why we thought it would be best for the whole city to make this project happen because of the laws of the state of california that require that seismic upgrade of our health institutions, because of the tremendous pressure to improve san francisco and bay area and the economical structures that face this hospital and so many other hospitals. the job is never done. this is an announcement of where we are today, but we have to get this thing built, we have to make sure it's furnished like we are working on to make sure everything happens at a time when there is economic pressure and institutions coming from national decision that don't necessarily compliment the economic recovery that we are experiencing in the bay area. so, i want to put this into perspective for one great acknowledgment
and helping to write the rules there. when she left work for cpc she worked for a non profit in uc berkley so he's also a /prabg /teugs /tpher as well working with communities job placement. i think she brings a very strong background to the san francisco public utilities commission and we look forward to hearing from her in the near future. >> we'll have some questions. welcome. >> this is my third day. >> this is your third day. no wonder you're still smiling. thank you for being with us and welcome. >> i'd like to call gee lee for the water system improvement update. >> good afternoon. as you know, we've spent a lot of time the past few months working on this comprehensive assessment that will allow us to refine or budget and schedule and that work culminated with the publication on march 22 of a notice of public hearing where you will be asked to consider changes to the wisip and that will take place on april 23. at the program level i want to highlight the fact that we have now passed the 5 million worker hours milestone. this is a pretty important record. i also have some project
of movement to the point that the homes that uc had very severe damage for two blocks. we recognized what the problem was at the time, it was a matter of loose sand on a very steep slope. thank you for the effort. we were able to get federal funding and design which you see in the upper walls. the lower walls was actually billed as part of the wpa. the upper wall was built in 1991-'92. this is a concrete wall and it has rocked going through the wall that extends the distance of 80 feet beyond the wall. the next earthquake occurs, the wall is designed to resist and the movement of the sand and allowed it to move down hill. this is a classic example of the creek and degree flow and exists all the way the area. we might see the other evidence. we have done nothing to improve the quality and the strength of the dam. >> one of the things that has come up in the policy issue over and over is that people are concerned that construction of a new building or the upper story might exacerbate these kinds of soil problems. we have extra review where we might have extra problems. it does that construc
. >>> it would be more difficult to find parking the uc berkeley campus. >>> and in the wake of the bombing extra security measures are being considered at the beta breakers. . >>> the reservation system melted down yesterday canceling hundreds of flights. more than 4,000 flights were used to track baggage an update a -- assignments. >>> monday's tragic events were the main topics held all over the city and in golden gate bridge, a spokesperson find they are consulting with the department of public works for next month's pay the it bake -- beta breaker race and they are considering removing all trash cans from the route but the event is going on as scheduled. >>> and now that new construction is underway the school closed their university hall structure last month eliminating 323 parking spaces and it also closed parking spaces under zeller hall and they will remove parking at the center and at least nor now there are no plans to replace -- for now there are no plans to replace parking. >>> a new ban on polk street. for years they have complained nightlife has gotten out of control and superviso
. the resolution supporting the uc states the - they does not carol represent the stakeholders and as executives of financial institutions frequently subject to conflicts of interests and often lack backgrounds in education and a thank you and thank tom brown for that as well >> i want to mention a couple of things. city college is really vital. it's not simply a place for people to go to get they're under graduate things done it's part of an ongoing system for people with disabilities. just like when seniors it's not just medical services they need it's a whole care there's senior centers and a number of others things that enhance their lives. city college also addresses those services it's an enrichment. many of the people utilize those services so listen to the community and use those propose a taxes to improve it >> michael lion from senior disability action. i used to teach at city college i taught only evening class of nurses. i come into my class and many of them would have their heads down on their desks by the way, they worked all day but as soon as i started talking they were alert t
. >> think the training should extend to the students. >> that are maybe having trouble. >> reporter: all uc campuses will launch ther the next year california develop a similar resources for student to help their peers, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> tonight two men are under arrest, one of the suspects was brought by a plain to ontario following his arrest, police say the two are not u.s. citizens. there was no evidence the iranian states were in involved. numerous reports indicate a focus from trains that ran from canada to the united states. >> charges include conspireing and interfering with transportation facility and murdering a person. >> police said the men plot have been remain inside the planning stage and there is no eminent threat on the public. >>> this is what it looks like from above. you see here a big rig have tipped over and ended up on its side and blocked the westbound transition from high way 92 to southboun san mateo. >>> putting some fire crews to action. down i collar ra county -- -- meteorologist will have all the figures for you later in this newscast. >>> police in san
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